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The daily sentinel
Uniform Title:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
September 18, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note:
J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).

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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the State
until 2 a. m.
Direct Service, Postal Telegraph

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ING FIRST SESSIONS fOR BIG OPENING Benj. Drew had hardly reached The committee appointed by the

town on his return from an extended Board of Trade to secure funds for

vacation in Kentucky and other states the buildings necessary to insure the

r COLLEGE GROUNDS ARE BEING before his friends had started a boom location of the government experi- WAS THE DAY WHICH WAS\ ROBBER ALSO

iNTEREST INTENSE for his election to the mayorship un- ment station and laboratory at Or- DECIDED IMPORTANT MATTER .
der the commission form of government lando will appear before council tonight -

C PREPARED FOR which goes into effect January I and ask an appropriation of FOR THE BABY


SO MANY APPLICATION'S i I It is understood that Mr. Drew The committee will ask the county PRIEST WHICH HAD CONTA1NED -

BY NEWSPAPERS THAT COULD Rollins College is being put in order takes kindly to the idea. He had his commissioners for a like amount and Sanford, Fla., Sept. 17.Tuesday I LARGE SUM IS

NOT BE ACCOMMODATEDON for the opening, which takes place in demurrers to enter at first but his will then go about getting the other goes down in history as one of the FOUND IN HIS ROOMS

THE FLOOR just two weeks, October 1. friends just got around him and in- half of the necessary twelve hundred' most important days in the past or I

at various that he the to make dollars by popular subscription. It future of Seminole county. Word was
Workmen may be seen sisted was man 17.-Two
New Sept.
N. Y. Sept. 17.-Acting these the and start the commissionform is thought that little trouble will be sent down the line that on that day
Albany, parts of the spacious campus race crimes took their place on the police
sale of
for the
bids opened
Governor Glynn and the executive days, some of them cutting the grassor off right, and finally he told experienced in raising the necessary record of Hans Schmidt, the priest
worth of bonds with which to
leaders were none too hopeful today otherwise engaged getting rid of them that he would run if they wouldall amount in this way. $200,000 who already has confessed that he

that a sufficient number of assemblymen the debris of the summer, while car- back him up and help him to give It is assumed that the city council construct approximately 25 miles of murderer and a counterfeiter.In .
tonight when, the administrationthat will be ready to make this appropriation brick roads. The brick manufacturers was a
would be present penters are making repairs to Orlando the kind of ransacking Schmidt's rooms detectives -
the state legislature is to reconveneto : buildings and putting the last touches she ought to have. They gave in view of the fact that an appropriation the concrete workers and those found evidence that Schmidt

put through the financial program.. which will cause everything to be in their assurances enthusiastically, andso of five hundred dollars was who make a business of laying brick had stolen $400 from the Easter collection -
here in force and
The state faces a very serious finan a state of preparedness when the stu- it happens that the first nomina-I l recently made for advertising pur- roads were good at St. Joseph's church and
unless the reve- of Orlando and was rescinded upon request in a business-like mood. They came
cial embarrassment dents begin to arrive. tion for mayor poses that he had robbed a visiting priest
for bond from the Board of Trade-that body to do things and do them they did.
nue bills and appropriations The dormitories have been fresh- tentatively made. I who spent the night at St. Joseph'srectory
Chairman of the Board of County
having failed to carry out its plan to
interest are passed. 'ened during the summer, and when There are many who believe that thou- Commissioners Frank L. Woodruffhad as a guest of the local clergy.
fund of five
raise advertising
Many of the present assemblymenwere nomi- the big buildings are thrown open for Mr. Drew will make an ideal mayor sand an dollars. the bonds sold to a firm last fall An empty purse found in Schmidt'srooms

unsuccessful in obtaining the fall term it will not be with an under the new charter. .He is a man of the today proved to be one which
reelectionand "No the city could spend in but the bottom dropped out
nations as candidates odor of mustiness that the students of affairs, having accumulated a suffi- money turned the visiting priest had lost not long
would be half as benefi- bonds market and this concern
the strain on their private re. will be greeted, but rather it will be cient fortune to make the matter of advertising
recalls to cial an appropriation to help us down its contract. In the meantimeMr.
sources owing to repeated the scent of fresh oil and varnish, for compensation a matter of secondary Woodruff had offer made to ago.Schmidt still insisted today that
the experiment an
Albany since the extra session convened the floors are glistening with the new consideration, and his attitude is such secure government neither Ernest A. Muret, his dentist
in amiable station," said Mr. E. F. Sperry yes him on a basis of 6 per cent for the
has put no polish, and there's not a cobweb to that he will succeed in unifying fac- friend, nor Anna Aumuller, the girl
fur- terday. Mr. Sperry said that Dr. issue, but he deemed this too high and
frame of mind toward incurring be seen anywhere. tions, it is said, and will allow none I II he murdered, knew anything about
the matter with depthand
Samuel C. Hood, who will be in chargeof I went into more
ther personal expenses. of that to into his administration operations. In reply -
'Already work is going on in the administration -* creep his counterfeiting
with the adjournment the station, will appear with the the result amounts to a savingto
Their salaries building. The enroll. of affairs should he be given the to a written question sent to his
I and Seminole amounting to
the session and committee before the council explain county
of regular
to be unusually chance to preside as mayor under the cell he wrote:
is expected
the law they are allowed mileage ment the work of the station as he $1,000 per year in interest for a pe-
under large, but just how many there will new order. i bonds "Anna knew nothing of my plans to
trip to Albany to at- did before the Board of Trade. "I riod of thirty years, as the
for only extraordinary one session. Their be it is impossible to tell. In fact, Mr. Drew is well acquainted with have no doubt that the members of were sold at par on a basis of 51-2 solve the social question by creating

' tend the caused repeated recesses I nobody ever knows. Parents and students the city's affairs, having been at one the Council will be so impressed that per cent, all of which redounds to the money for all the poor people here
journeys, make their own ,minds but I time a member of the city council and and abroad."
entirely at their'own expense, up I. they will readily make the desired business ability of Mr. Woodruff and
were they do not always communicate their at all times a keen observer of events The case against Muret made little
their maintenance in Albany.In appropriation, said Mr. Sperry. shows that it does not always pay to
as was I the college officials, He,is able and far was known
conclusions to of public concern. exceptionally the progress today so
the house of the legisla- Work has been going on quietly to rush things. Immediately upon
upper result is that considerable and would undoubtedly outside the department. The
and the a popular police
where the impeachment trial of carry out the plan adopted at the sale of the bonds contracts were
ture number have to be provided for with- make a strong candidate. dentist was brought from a cell in
Governor Sulzer will be staged, the Board of Trade Monday night for locating placed with the brick manufacturersfor

leaders expect practically a full attendance out advance notice. the station in Orlando. The sufficient brick to lay twenty-five: the Harlem police court and lodged in

of senators. Each senator Outside the campus proper on the site for the building at the fail, miles of brick road radiating from I the Tombs prison. The detectives

will be called on tomorrow to qualifyas lot across the road from the librarya ORLANDO BOY TAKESiCOURSE founds will probably be the ones Sanford to the vegetable farms lyingaround continue to receive information cast-

member of the impeachmentcourt large area has been sown to Italian chosen, and the government will erect; the city.It ing light upon his past life.

a and for this service he will drawa rye, which will be up and lookinr AT BUICK WORKSROY l.on it a building suitable to its needs. is the aim and purpose of the! The police have abandoned hope of
and cheerful about the time at the fair commissioners to finding the head of the Aumuller girl.
stipend variously estimated at from green I The botanical gardens board of county extend -

$10 to $50 a day. This disputed matter school begins. There is no green quiteso i grounds will afford an added attrac- the trunk lines of brick roads to Today they investigated a gruesome

of compensation is one of the green as Italian rye, and it is designed COOK RETURNS FROM FACTORY tion for the fair, and will be in the such portions of the county as have .tale about a solitary fisherman who

questions that the judges of the court to have things looking just as AFTER LEARNING ALL nature of a valuable asset both for sufficient traffic to justify the ex I hooked something heavy last night in

of appeals, who also will form part verdant as possible about the oldest ABOUT THE 1914 MODELS the fair association and the city. penditure and in turn these trunk' the North river. Just as the supposed

of the impeachment court, are expected college in the state when the time I lines will be connected with laterals catch was nearing the surface it

comes to begin another season of isolated sections of the dropped off the hook, leaving a long
straighten out before the : to the coun
to the Cook has
study. : Roy Cook of garage FIRST CAR CRAPE FRUIT of human hair said to resemble in color
thus furnishing portion
impeachment proceedings begin. returned from Flint, Mich., where the ty, every .
This will be the beginning of the the county with ample good roads for the hair of Anna Aumuller.The
senators who located whitherhe
certain is
The right factory
The members d SHIPPED little town of Aschaffenburg,
SEASON IS immediate needs.
twenty-ninth year. FOR
as members of the Frawley investigating went to attend the school of instruction Schmidt
and Germany, the birthplace of ,
to return
have begun
the faculty
committee uncovered the evidence maintained by the Buick ,
few the college grounds will is all a flutter at the news of the
upon which the impeachment in a days people for the benefit of their agents I HIGH SCHOOL BOY MARKED
take the signs of life that 4t I I young priest's act, according to spe-
begin to on OUT BY COMPANIONSSpecial
charges against Governor Sulzer throughout the country in learningthe ::1 t LAWRENCE GENTILE SENDS FOR LIFE received from
three-fourths of cial cable messages
it for
usual to
were based, to sit as members of the are mechanical points of the latest.1 INITIAL SHIPMENT FROM
students have 1 there today. Schmidt's parents, a sister -
the new
year. to The Sentinel
will be one ofthe .
court of impeachment, been booked already, and others are models.Mr. I HIS BEAUTIFUL GROVE I and three brothers, live in neigh-
to be raised by ;I Dowiago, Mich., Sept. 17.-Harvey
first questions
Cook that the especial object ,
says and
boring villages are highly respected -
accused executive expected. Beach, a local high school boy, is in a
counsel for the of the school this year was to I I Lawrence Gentile shipped yesterday the middle oJliss.;**pl 3 St Ko dt.
serious condition tonight as rer -
when the trial begins tomorrow. j become familiar with the Delco starter I,I the first car of grapefruit to Taste 'JJ (lacing 'fire Message slates> "t-6 before
(iH&3fta& vpon im -
These senators are James J. Frawleyof MEXICAN SHIMON[ IS with which. all tl U.IPp}P sarcziFMt ; %,,\ 4 "bnfll> 'VL 'l,71 3PaWn )l tsas j a visit to Benton Harbor by aj his moral deficiencies began to

New York, Samuel J. Ramsperger ). ; equipped fine $cttet; pevpSY consigned to Jos. Gentile{ & Co., Cin-: be noticed.

aC 8cc Ca> S:, fSt S. cl4717ll?1' lJ''Droo1drn ;nave tried a)) tie starters and have; cinnati. The fruit was grown at Mr. crowd of high school boys there, who
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Democrats and Elon R.')SUBJ1t1 0? WORRY YET1 cut the initials "B. H." into his hands In 1909 Schmidt decided to come
adopted the Delco as the most com- j Gentile's Frost Proof grove.
[ and face and then poured nitrate of to the United States and not until a
Brown Watertown, Republican. plete and satisfactory of the entire The fruit passed the inspection re-
I silver into the wounds. The boy was few weeks ago were his whereabouts>
Counsel for Governor Sulzer will lot. There were one hundred and fifty quired under the law passed by the
when he that he
WILSON HOPING' found unconscious in the street. His known, wrote expected -
question the propriety of any mem- PRESIDENT men in the school this year, says Mr. last session of the legislature. There revisit the of
physician declares that he will be soon to scenes
ber of the senate sitting as a memberof IIUERTA WILL BE DEFEAT. Cook, and the instruction given was was no trouble whatever in the color marked for life. his childhood. This desire to return

the high court who may be called ED FOR PRESIDENT very thorough. It is entirely prac- test that was applied, and the fruit home, the messages indicated, was

upon to testify before it. These ques- tical. The students are taught to was passed upon as being unusuallyfine due to his learning that his parents

tions and others including the expected Special to The SentinelWashington hunt for trouble with the mechanism,I for this season of the year. DIGGS GETS TWO YEARS;
had recently come into a comfortable
attack by Governor Sulzer's coun. [ Sept. 17.-The United and every possible contingency is met The probability is that the crop in CAMINETTI 18 MONTHSSan fortune. One of his brothers is a

sel upon the validity of the impeach- States will conduct no further negotiations -\and dealt with, so that when one :gets I this, section will be much below the I official another
minor railway ownsa
ment proceedings will be determined with Huerta. The adminis-' through with the instruction he I usual yield. How much it was cut off I Francisco, Sept. 17.-Maury I. and the
railway -
4 by the court of impeachment itself.,tration had abandoned hope that the I knows just about as much about the by the dry weather is not agreed upon' Diggs, former state architect of Cal- is a tradesman. His sister youngest is the

r Until these preliminaries are decidedno I provisional president will ever yieldto mechanism as the man who invented,by growers, some contending that it ifornia, was sentenced today by Judge

evidence will be taken. I the demands of the United States.I it. This refers to the system was injured less than fifty per cent, Van Fleet in the United States district wife of a grocer.

Scores of witnesses will be called i Everything will be staked on the I and to the other parts of the while others say that there will be no court to serve two years in the
for both sides during the trial, and result of the election to be held Octo- I machine as well. The 1914 Buick, according more than a forty per cent yield. state penitentiary at Quentin

estimates as to the length of the trial ber 26, and no further steps will be I to Mr. Cook, is the most complete Some little curiosity is felt, as is always to pay a fine of $2,000 for violationof JURORS WAS IN ORLANDOMr.

from one to two months. The I taken until that time. Despite the and comfortable machine everput I' the case at this season, to know the Mann white slave traffic act.

vary impeached executive's advisers have defiance of the attitude of the Mexican on the market. He went throughall the price that the first fruit will bringin F. Drew Caminetti was sentencedto Robert Augustus Redding, of

not disclosed any of their plans it is the administration has hopes that the factories in Detroit and in the markets. Mr. Gentile will be eighteen months at San Quentinand Atlanta, representing the Southern

s generally understood that Governor he will not be elected and that some addition he attended the demonstration in telegraphic touch with the car untilit to pay a fine of $1,500 for a sim- Adjustment bureau, was in Orlando

Sulzer will not attend the sessions of candidate friendly to this country will shows in New York, and it is reaches destination. ilar offense. yesterday. He came for the purposeof
settling the damages resulting
the court while the preliminary arguments be chosen. his opinion that the Buick has them

are under way. While awaiting the election, Presi-I all beat. Two experts from the Delco, TENNESSEE LEGISLATUREHAS OLD SETTLERS' DAY TO from the burning of J. T. Petrie's

His friends assert that his pres. dent Wilson and Secretary Bryan will I factory gave the instruction as to the AN ANTI-JUG LAW BE OBSERVED OCT. 30 barn several, which weeks was struck by lightning

ence on the opening day of the trial not abate one iota of their demands starter. It is electric, of course, and ago.

would at least be a tacit admission upon Huerta. No policy has yet been the lighting system is the same. Special to The Sentinel Hon. Jos. N. Whitner, of Sanford, Mr. Redding was a member of the

F .that the proceedings are constitutional formulated to be followed in the event The Cook garage has a car load of Nashville, Sept. .-An antijugbill was in Orlando yesterday, making arrangements grand jury that indicted Leo M.
Huerta's election. the of to hold an Old Settlers' Frank for the murder of Mary Pha-
of which shipment
a point which his counsel are pre- the 1914 machines on the road, and it prevents
pared to contest vigorously. Should is expected to arrive the latter part .liquors from one county to another 'Day in Orlando October 30. gan. Mr. Redding talks interestingly -

the validity of the proceedings be upheld THE WEATHER of the week. The demonstration of and a bill preventing the shipment of The purjose is to get as many of of the great trial. This was his
both the original settlers of Orange coun- first trip into the orange belt, and he
into the state passed
by the court it is expected that the cars in Orlando will be an event liquor
Buick houses The latter measure ty as possible here on that day and was delighted, saying that he was so
the presence of the accused in the Florida: .weal showers Thursdayand of considerable interest The today.

court room daily will be one of the Friday.. continues to grow in popularity in perfects the Webb-Kenyon national form an association. During tha charmed with the country that he

features of the sessions. this section, and it is difficult to sup. laws. The saloon keepers of this city South Florida Midwinter Expositionit would like much to give up his home tin

Mrs. Sulzer will be one of the most A full irne of office supplies.-. Curtis ply the demand for them, for the. factory -i have already begun preparations for is expected, hold 'a. convention Atlanta" and come* to live. among. i .y

is flooded with orders. closing. with appropriate exercises. us.
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If want the Best CENTRAL AVENUE
SULZER HAS EVAPORATEDOF Miami, Sept. 16.Mrs. Anna L you ,Orlando's Select Boarding and
Andrus and Mrs. George F. Cook
Day School For Girls
COURSE, LEVY DECLARESGOV. have interested themselves in a planto CLOTHES I
SULZER HAD A HAND install in the public schools of Reopens Wednesday, October 1.
IN HIS DISAPPEARANCENew Miami the savings system which has Primary, Intermediate, and College 0t
been found to work out so beneficiallyin Preparatory Grades.
York, Sept. 16.-Frederick L. many Northern schools. They discussed MADE TO MEASUREYou Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocu-
Colwell, of ,Yonkers, regarded as a the matter with Prof. R. E. tion, Domestic Science, Physical Cul '
star witness against Governor Sulzer Hall, superintendent of public instruc- ture. 4
at his forthcoming trial on impeach- tion, Saturday, and have received Twelve specially trained Teachers. '

ment charges, has disappeared, according such encouraging support that the now have the opportunity Individual attention. Loving care. I
to announcement today by system will be instituted in Miami REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M.,

the assembly board of impeachment schools. for we have with us special rep- Principal. LEARN ABOUT
managers. Mrs. Andrus and Mrs. Cook were our[ quality confections by a trial purchase -
What had been identified as Gov. told by Mr. Hall that the plan wouldbe resentative of Strauss & Bros., I WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES : of a pound box of our
- Sulzer's signature-"William Sulzer"for put into effect if they could secure AND DO ALL KINDS OF CHOCOLATESBON
"Mrs. William Sulzer" was un-I'' the co-operation of the teachers, of Baltimore. He will be withus OPTICAL REPAIRING I BONS
der the close scrutiny today who would be called on to do extra II
handwriting expert of the board. The I work if the savings system is opera- for next three daysTuesday, I II II A "pointer" for the person wanting
I the best at a reasonable price-the
board heard his testimony at a fur-
ther private examination'of witnesses ' ted.The teachers have been prevailedupon Wednesday and Thursday, this Ii i utmost in purity and deliciousness.
Daintily packed and in the original
expected to testify at Sulzer's trialon to take upon themselves the additional -
impeachment charges. burden, and Prof. Hall has week. shapes and variety of flavors

The paper bearing this alleged signature agreed to order the blank forms necessary I, DR. L H. RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST I BUTT'S Kandy Kitchen
was an order for stock given for keeping a record of the
.. July 19 last, to Harris and Fuller, sums saved by various pupils. $ I
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins
brokers, Lieutenant
Wall street by
Commander Josephthal, Sulzer's naval NEW NAVAL STORES I FLORIDA;i
t aide. There was an outstanding indebtedness COMPANY ORGANIZED Come in and see the Big Line of I I. Home-like
of approximately $20,000 Prices Moderate
' on the stock and this Josephthal paid, Savannah, Ga., Sept. 16.-A new SamplesAT r
=.. taking the stock with him. company, with a capital of a half milHon Fresh, Sanitary and
f Mrs. Sulzer's name was mentioned dollars, is being formed, with J.F. = i SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE
-1 in the matter for the first time so far Cooper Myers at its head, to do a the BESTOUR I Near Lake lucerne

f as yet brought out in this letter. The general naval stores business in Sa- Brown& CANDIES-MAKING THEM
I j- testimony of the handwriting expert,, vannah. Lartigue's EVERY DAY MRS. W. T. WALKER .
IJ! Wm. J. Kinsley, was not disclosed. The name of the company will be
.' Regarding the absence of Colwell, the Standard Naval Stores company, I Sanitary-as they are made ORLANDO FLORIDA
Aaron J. Levy, chairman of the board and its headquarters will be in this clean, and every piece wrappedin ------
i r issued a statement saying: I city. Anderson, Cann & Cann, attor- wax paper. 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIf1111111.'
It "Information in the possession of neys for the concern, filed the charter MIMtttmillMMMMIIIIIMimMMIIIIIIIIMIM i Best-as we use best grade of YOU WILL SAVE MONEYBy
the board is to the effect that Cdwel, petition in the superior court ; | everything'on the market.
is absenting himself from the juris- terday. yes-I: FOE S.ALE Getting Prices on your
diction of the board at the direct instigation The petitioners are Mr. : Brick and Stone Work
I Will appreciate if you will\ give Before
of the governor and for the Charles J. DeLoach and J. E. Dris- Building.
; purpose of avoiding testifying againstthe coll, all former officers of the American : them a trial. Phone or Write

governor at his trial. Naval Stores company.Mr. I Six-room, Bath and Pantry, Modern house. One Block ; Mayer, Galentin & Mayer Acme Brick and
"Colwell can shed much light on Myers vas vice-president, and
from and in view of Lake Lucerne. Two blocks from 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.
these_ Wall street transactions. Thisis Mr. DeLoach was secretary of the old StoneVorks
well known to Gov. Sulzer. Whereis company. station,east side of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Lot ti IMMHtMIIMtmillllHJ. MAiTLAND
Colwell? Will Sulzer aid in ac The purpose of the organization is 100x142 feet, shaded on west by Camphor trees, on CHAS. A. DALLAS, Prop. *
complishing his return?" to begin business just as soon as the ..MMMiMHIIItiailMltGood .
south by large Oaks. Nice Lawn. 50 bearing Grape A. ROWE
Testimony was adduced by the charter has been granted and work- I
Frawley investigating committee on ing arrangements can be made. fruit and Oranges and 100 younger trees; also English Attorney at Law printing is a business neces

the legislature at hearings here to \Valnuts, Guavas, Pecans, Bananas, and Pineapples Practices in all the Courts sity. You can get it aj the Sentinel
the effect that Colwell had office. Let have next order.
Daytona is getting ready to installa your
bearing. 40 Acres heavy pine timbered Land northwest
/ :
200 shares of railroad stock last fall I $2,100 fire alarm system and will Room 11-McNeill &; Dads Building Phone 21.
with eight checks sent by contributors be promoted to a second class city side Lake Barton. : I 1 J

to Gov. Sulzer's campaign fund, the with the Southern Tariff association. II, MlfiMIMIMtlMMtMlttmMtiitMMIMHMMllllM.ANGE .
personal check of Sulzer for $900 and
currency amounting to $7,125. Columbia college, in Lake City, will I i i & BATES !
Mr. Levy added that a country open the .4th of this month. The Apply "Sentinel" Office
wide search had been made for Col- prospects for the new session are ex-I II I i; ROOM 5, HAND BLOCK PHONE 156 i; ;

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. We need the room to increase and enlarge our Men's

Furnishings, Shoes, and Tailoring Department, and are forcedto

close out our LADIES' DEP'T to. get added room.

THEREFORE We are offering to the public our entire stockof

the Ladies" Department, consisting of the highest grades of

Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Apparel, Shoes, Etc.

We will sell the entire Ladies' Dep't as a whole to one in-

dividual buyer, or we will offer the entire stock to the public at

prices right down to the bottom.

.. ;". We respectfully invite any Merchant or prospective buyer

":- to send in their bids. .




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Geneva, Fla., Sept. 16.-Mr. Harvey illlltMHilililHIIIIIM

A bachelor gets advice from every- Lee Geiger left Wednesday for I BEFORE DECIDING
body. A married man just from one Sutherland, where he goes to enter What You Want

exhaustless fount. southern college. Harvey is one of I :

Geneva's rising young men, and" we I How You Want I It
My old harpoon is getting restless. wish him much success.

Without any warning and from'no apparent Geneva school opened Monday under When You Want It
Boar t the "CADILLAC" "HUPMOBILE"r [ mind !
cause it fell off its shelf the the supervision of Misses Crawford e

other day. I examined it and found McCain and Kilbee. The former

the point to be in perfect condition. comes to us highly recommended asan 4TT For anything in the

T able instructor. The intermediateand all line of PRINTING
Half the time the people wouldn't primary teachers are two of Ge-\ \J | come to us and we

know a certain man in our communitywas neva's young ladies, with whom were il will guarantee you

wearing an old shoe if he acquainted, and with such a corpsof satisfactory work at prices

wouldn't insist on calling their atten- efficient teachers- predict a that are RIGHT.

tion to it. successful term. Several of the patrons -

were present, also Mr. and Mrs.

Life would be much more pleasant. J. Tilden Jacobs, of Chuluota.One .

and the course of true love would runa of the most delightful social MUNNIMAKERSNotices .
%< )t (Li u "uU''i't-jf' j --ivt m j**?tXMiJMH
whole lot smoother if a man could events of the season was given by of Lost Wanted. For Sale For
I Rent, etc., for this column 25c for
remember to take bread; Miss McCain at her home on one
only just Mayme SOc for three days, or i5c for one week for
home when told to do so. i the evening the the 13th. The place 25 words or less. Money must accompanythe
advertisements for this column as no
selected was a large square in the insertions will be made on credit.

For years I have watched a certain yard under, the lovely oaks from

fellow in our neighborhood. lIe is always which lanterns were suspended among MISCELLANEOUSYou'll ,. s' 1

going forth to fight somebody the gray moss, affording a pleasing like the Sentinel
else's battle. Time after time I have picture. Everything was artistically

seen him buckle on his sword and arranged, and with fair Luna shedding Money to loan on improved prop- .
stalk out of his own yard and line her bright rays upon the scene, erty. S. Y. WAY. ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANY

himself up by the side of a neighbor. added to its beauty. Some very
Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a
I have known him to stand in battle amusing were played, after
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new hotel; has all modern conveniences .1.1111111111111111 e 0 If to..
array for some supposed friend while which delicious, cake and ice cream
fronts on Ocean just southof
stray chickens were scratching his were served. All report a very delightful -
ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day If you want the news, subscribe for I A want ad. in the Daily Sentinelalwa"s I If you want the news, subscribe for .
I have
to seen time.
garden pieces.
and upwards. Special rates by the The Daily Sentinel. |! pays. !1 The Daily Sentinel.
him rush out of his own castle and After an extended visit with relatives -
week or month. We make a specialty ---- -_-. -_- .- --- --- - .
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.leave it to the ravages of vandals and friends in Augusta, Ga., -- - -- ------- - ---------.--.---- --
just in order to tear his clothes and liss Della Jones has returned to her of sea food dinners Thursday even- .UIl.II. . . .
ings and Sunday noon. 7-8-tf. II III II II II .
wear himself out for some chump home here.

who wouldn't reward him with a Messrs. Raynor and Gilbert, of Sanford FOR SALE .MIMMMHIMMMIMIM I
MMMMMM9MMMIill* (* ''UllLO ,.**"" 1111111111.11.11.11.
pleasant smile after the fight was spent Saturday and Sunday visiting Jackson I I I _ _
over. Lately this certain fellow hada friends here. There must be ,i ASK Coffee.your grocer for 6-21-tf.Square

battle of his own to fight. lIe stood some attraction in Geneva as their MIIMMimtlH

forth and sounded his bugle for help. alls seem to be quite frequent.Mr. Cauliflower and cabbage plants for
Did any one of the fellows he had sale. Bartlett Gardens. 3t .
Howard Montgomery has returned Cas for [
scrapped for respond Not on your from several weeks visit to Hange e EfflolgenciesYou r
life. They laughed at him and talked BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
his home in Illinois.! suburb in east part of the city. Call
about what a chump he was to starta Mr. and Mrs. Phillips are both on Jensen. are suddenly called from home; some member of the family takes ill during the
fight he couldn't possibly\ win and if
the sick list. We hope they will soon night; friends come in unexpectedly-various other domestic emergencies arise
he did win it wouldn't him FOR SALE-New modern five-room
any. which fire in
require Are
a a hurry. for
recover. you prepared contingencies? Have
house, centrally located. Apply this
where. I am willing to fight for a
Miss Agnes Musselwhite, of Orlando office. 7-1 d & w tf you a gas range, or are you "battling" with a wood or coal stove?
good and true friend every day in the is visiting Mrs. Eudor Curlett, of In days before matches were invented the housewife kept a fire burning con-
week, if necessary, but the time has FOR SALE-Two good sound and because to build fire
tinuously friction
this place. Mr. Musselwhite and Mr. a by and gunpowder was a tedious job.
when I will jump into gentle mules. Fine workers mad
passed my and Mrs. Curlett made a business tripto a bargain, if taken at once. Call on The value of a quick-fire was recognized in the long-ago. Then came the match
fireside and
armor and leave my own ; Sanford Saturday in Mr. Mussel or address C. Whitney Wright, Orlando and the wood stove, but for emergency purposes it fails short of the mark. But
smite right and left at the call of white's car. Fla. 7-10 d & w the gas range came along. It is "direct transmission" applied to kitchen affairs-

every Tom, Dick and Harry. A very pleasant social was given I and can be geared up to the giant burner, or slowed down to the simmerer.
FOR SALE-Player' piano, 88-note,
Miss Abbie her Piano Why subject yourself to an old-fashioned stove when all this inconvenience
said I by Doudney at home Remington, made by Starr can
"Brother Philander to
near beautiful take Harney on the Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new, be removed by buying a range. The gas stove is quick, clean, reliable, economical.
head deacon the other day, "I rather evening of the 12th inst., in honor of slightly used, good shape in every re- Let us prove to you all the claims we have made by installing one for you now.IMMMMMIimiiH .
admire Brother Sly in spite of some spect. Will make some reduction for
of his shortcomings. He has nerve. her cousin, :Miss Alva Vaughn, and cash. Music with same. For further
They say he isn't afraid of the devil. friend, Mrs. Noel, of Sanford. There information apply to P. 0. Box 114 L W U LlG T CO I
were sixteen of Geneva's young folks Winter Garden, Fla. 7-10-dwtf I
"I know that, replied the old fellow,
"but that is no way to speakof Sly's present. pleasantly FOR SALE-100 acres of good pine jflTh.
wife." spent in playing games, also music, and hammock land on the east side

both vocal and instrumental, after of Lake Apopka. This tract of landis 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.IIIIIGiIIIIIIII. " " " " " "IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIII
exceedingly good for citrus grow- .
dainty refreshments, consisting -
Just because a young fellow is a"swell" ing and trucking. The timber is in
in is of candies, cake and fruit punch, Call address
partner a two-step no its virgin state. on or :
sign that he, will make a good hus- were served.. All report a very pleasant Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando, Fla. ., IIIIIIIII.IIIII.IIIIII..I. MMMlta r.'TT.r . "IIIIII"II"'I"1
time. 9-11-lm
band. IIIII.liiiiilli

Several of our young people attended FOR SALE-100 acres of good pine
The hand that can plow a straight the wedding of Mr. Will Tan- and hammock land on the east side
furrow in the field and keep the weeds ner and Miss Nora Hart, in Chuluota. of Lake Apopka. This tract of landis SPECIAL PRICESWe
exceedingly good for citrus grow-
out of the corn can generally writea Sunday evening. I ing and trucking. The timber is in
check that is good at the bank. its virgin state. Also city lot, 74x210
GOVERNMENT feet, fronting three streets, Orange
I spend more time in looking for RAISING DASHEENS avenue, Jackson and Boone; centrally
located fine hotel site. Call on or
my blamed old stub of a cigar afterI address; Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando, always have special prices, but we .
have laid it down than I do in work The department of agriculture Fla. 911.1m
do net have sales.
that produces financial returns. through its chief subdivision, the bureau any
of plant industry, has a demon- Our is take the
- --- -- plan to money it would
Cheer, up, neighbor. You win for stration farm in Hernando county, in FOR RENT Cottage end flat, furnished

get all about these hot days when the operation two years. During the past, and unfurnished. cost to make a sale, and put it into Real
6-26 tf.
coal man brings around his bill the year six acres have been cleared,!

first of the year. making a total of 16 acres, every foot FOR RENT-Large pleasant rooms. Bargains, such as will be to our custom-

of which is or has been under cultivation furnished for light housekeeping; ers'advantage..

NEWS FROM ALL this season. All of the special close in. Inquire 312 N. Main St.

PARTS OF FLORIDA crops, Including dasheens, bam- 17-6t We mention a few articles that will go

boo, Rhodes grass, citrus fruits, sor-
Representatives of a large English ghums, beans and persimmons, have FOR RENT-Modern 6-room cottage,I at reduced prices :

syndicate are in Lee county with a made a grand showing this season, good location; also several good
office rooms in the business section of Regular $ 2.50 and $3.00 White Pique .
view of organizing of due of to the
a colony Eng course excellent atten- Orlando. D. A. Cooper, 19 W. Church .
lish. tion given the garden by Mr. Gomme street, Hunt & Brannon Bldg.9-14-lw Skirts at $1.74.

and his assistants. It can be said
Application has been made by'F. J. without fear of competent contradiction FOR RENT-Large to persons wishing, well furnishedroom suburban Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirts .

Powers for a franchise to build and that when the period for ceasing accommodations; also 2 acres good
operate an ice and electric light plantin cultivation arrived in July, Mr. truck land, close i,. Good opportu- at 96 Cents.A .
Homestead. Gomme has the model farm in Her- nity for right person. Address "A,"
Sentinel. 9-8tf new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan
nando county and his supporters from
Work is now being rushed on the Washington are proud of the results. FOR RENT-Store room on the busy Blouses from 46 Cents up.

big one-hundred-room addition to the This winter dasheens and dasheen corner of Church and Garland

Gralynn hotel in Miami. This will be flour will go on the market for the streets. Size of store 24x70. Good 25 Per Cent off on Shoes.

one of the largest hostelries in that first time since being released by\\ opening for dry goods, shoes and mil-

city when completed. the department and by planting time linery store. W. M. Slemons. 9-6-lm

next spring folks hereabouts who
State Senator Louis W. Zim of St planted this year will have a line or. '

Augustine is an applicant for the what to expect from the markets.TO COTTAGE, barn and five ,acres of
postmastership of the Ancient City. land for sale or rent. Inquire of ILKallilel n r' N w y ml Bai'all r i til II IIUH

A number of his friends feet that he PROPERTY OWNERS: J. Schnarr, 49 West Church street.
deserves and should
receive the
ap ---- --- 16tf.
pointment.The I settled in brighterand
am better now quarters in larger the Rock, build- WANTED I! !:: ::::' !::::!:: IIIIII 11111111111111111111111tllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII: : ; *4

Palmetto the San Juan hotel,
News has ordered a ing, opposite WISH TO TRADE 40 acres fine land -

Linotype and the same will be installed rooms 1 and 2, which my increasing near Forest City for automobile, .1111111"11"11111111111111111011111111111"01'1"11'1111..IG . II.II. ... '
next month. The Brooksville business required. Ford car preferred. A. C. White, .

Argus says: "Thus do the weekliesof I am revising my sales list, and am Apopka, Fla. 9-14-6t
t lis le
aoervicea aAieIad ccessories at [coooi
Florida continue to grow and hard ready to list your city and country WANTED-Plain sewing of all f f

work accomplishes much." property. kinds. 13 Church street, over Favorite -
From all reports received from my theater. 93lmo. B
Eight entrances and six clearances friends and business connections in Suits for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of

constituted the shipping activities for the North, I shall do a large business WANTED-White woman for gen- Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:

the port of Pensacola for the week this winter, and will use my best ef eral housework; must be good cook Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS

ending at noon on last Saturday. The forts to sell the properties listed with and cheerful disposition; small fam- New Neckwear. PARASOLS

shipments of sawn timber amounted ily all, conveniences; good home; good Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATS

to 2, 777,000 superficial feet. me.I have many satisfied customers, wages. Box 54t Orlando, Fla. 3t Wool and cotton dress skirts. Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks-a Complete
who became winter residents of OrLando Balkan blouses. Line.
A movement is on foot to establisha I and vicinity by my personal

hospital in Kissimmee. It is understood efforts, and they are now boosting for LOST-Liver colored pointer with
that a Kissimmee gentleman i s: Orlando, and city tag 91. Please notify Butt's Come. in and pay us a visit anytime justto look around.. We feel sure yw will see
Kandy Kitchen. tf something to interest
ready to put up $3,000 to start the Yours truly,

movement and plans will be so fa CARL JANSEN, FOUND-A riding skirt Owner can

advanced by next week that a reportin Real Estate, Notary Public, Fire get same by calling at the Sentinel B. SALOMON ORLANDO !

detail be ** .. "rci , ,
s may had. Insurance. : "- lm d&w office and paying for this ad.. :
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DAILY FUNDS FOR ADVANCING PUBLIC that he become identified with this PAYS $10,000 FOR BABY + " " " lllfj M
x INTERESTS (body which is working unselfishly for ,
; South Florida Sentinel
the progress of Orlando along many Los Angeles, Sept. 17. "Ill give:

MORNING AND WEEKLY Orlando has recently faced a problem lines of public endeavor. $10,000 to my first grandchild," announced :

JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner which recurs from time to time Until the first of October a special Abbot Kinney of Venice and : TIRE ECONOMY

Entered at the pot>toffice---at Orlando-- -FlorIda with such frequency in so many towns low rate is in effect to induce new .Ocean Park, some time ago, when his '

as Second Claw Mail Matter. that the subject is one of much gen members to join. It is to be hoped !,son, Sherwood, wedded Miss Lois Wilt; TIRE SECURITY

SUBSCRIPTION RATES eral interest, and some solution of i it that the number will be largely increased :son. :

should be found.A before the time limit for this .Shortly prior to this Innes Kinney,: TIRE
THE DAILY SENTINEL manufacturing enterprise of con special rate has expired. I another son, was wedded. Today Mr.

.............. siderable proportions and commercial 1|
One Year ...... $5.00 o and Mrs. Innes Kinney presented a ; :
Six Months ............... .... 2.50 importance was looking for a location. BIG CONVENTION OF NEGRO granddaughter to Abbot Kinney. The j That is the "Firestone"com-
Three Months ................ 1.25 Such enterprises are so much sought BAPTISTS AT NASHVILLE gift of $10,000 was settled immediate-'I : bination - particularly o
after that need to let it be n
they only ly on the wee maiden. j
By news carrier in Orlando, 60 cent per
month Daily and Sunday. known that they wish a location and Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 17.-Hun- Mrs. Innes Kinney was Biss Helena j NON-SKID Tires. Economy.

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found immediately there is a great rivalry dreds of ex-slaves and prominent negroes Hawk, of Chicago. i of longest ..
& O'Neal'. BookStore i wear- Security
Orland at Curtis
on ale in
and Wright Brothers. between towns to offer inducementsof religious: and educational circles .
sufficient persuasive weight to se are in Nashville to the 'I against accident-.-comfort of
We will appreciate prompt complaint if attend One way to avoid a quarrel is to
delivery u not promptly made by our carriers. cure them. National Negro Baptist convention be absent at the psychological mo- of resiliencyTtrestotW'

Advertising rates will be furnished on ape If it were not for this competitionthe and exposition. The convention was mentMMmMMMKiltlMMH

plicatitm. problem referred to would prob opened this morning in the Ryman - ,
Per year, by mail postage paid.$1.0 o ably not exist, but such is the fact auditorium with addresses of welcomeby 4
Address THE SENTINEL. Orlando. Florida. and hence the necessity for workingout Governor Ben W. Hooper, of Ten-
Office 107 Court Street, Arcade Building.
Phone 24. the solution. There are alwaysa nessee, on behalf of the state; Rev. UPREME

few citizens who have to bear the J. J. Davenport, on behalf of the min
burden of holding out the required isters of Nashville; Rev. J. II. Frost, AUTO TIRESNONSKID

inducements, as in the case referredto. on behalf of the white Baptists of
Not long before city taxes will be Id
It generally happens that thesefew the state; Rev. Porter, on behalf of OIL. .
have to come to taw every time the Methodist churches of the city of
anything of the kind is secured for Nashville, and other prominent di- "Perfect Lubrication
Harry Thaw plays the piano-classical
the town. It doesn't always happen vines. Rev. A. Clayton Powell, of in Every Drop" Cost most to build ,
stuff at that. Well, now the
that those citizens who are best able New York, responded to the addresses -but cost you least 'w o !
will admire him. .
to bear the burden the who of welcome. ii1N
are ones to Ask for Book
--0---- I use i/ \\
have the patriotic impulses that lead The meeting was called to order bye Is produced, refined, transported : "\
Work is to begin soon on Orlando'sbeautiful Vhat'sVhat in
them to work and contribute to th the Rev. E. C. Morris, president of the .1nd distributed by the largest I ? !
park site on Lake Eola. It I Tires. if \
advancement of the town's material convention, who is serving his eighteenth Independent Oil I Refining Company I ;.
will be one of the prettiest parks i in
welfare; on the contrary, it is more consecutive year in that office. in the world, and only selected -
the state. frequently those who have Delegates from almost crude is used in its mane -
more every state i in: r
o public spirit than money that lead I the Union have helped to swell ufacture. I. W. rmlUrS III
Ocala has passed through its prohibition IMNI
i them to make the effort. i attendance to the largest in the history
election without bloodshed,
ii i There is seldom any selfish interest of negro Baptist conventions.
and now Miami is trembling upon the I to be served in the work they do-I Georgia and Alabama are vising: for Gulf Refining CUIP.G.WALTONAgent 1
of a similar campaign.o .
verge ,
it is for the public good, and there I supremacy ni point of numbers with &SO.NS S

a practical demonstration of. should be some way of putting the I Mississippi, Arkansas arj Texas.
onus of such undertakings on the public The exposition part of the convene
interest in Orlando by joiningthe I
your purse. As a matter of fact tion is being held two miles out of the
Board of Trade and helping that I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIill'
ought to be a fund at the command of: city on the Lebanon fike, :n a forty- PHONES {
body to do the things that are neces-
every city and county for just such i acre park belonging to an ex-slave '. tlltlMHtMMtMMIMilltMMIMIIIIIIHMIIHMHFOR .
sary to help Orlando grow.
o- work. The power to levy taxes for i who is now worth over three hundred .
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the accumulation of such a fund thousand dollars. The exposition, - -------
There has been very little open talk
ought to be given by law and used which contains exhibits from some of
concerning possible candidates for
with discretion. In fact, there shouldbe the leading educational institutions,
city commissioner. The primary takes
some sure way of controlling the manufacturing concerns and industrial -
place in November. Get your think-
use of it for the fear that the power organizations in the country, will SEPTEMBER
ing caps adjusted, gentlemen.
might be abused. continue throughout the week.It .
Three times within a short period is understood that President E.
Whatever else may be said of the
this need has become apparent in Orlando : C. Morris, in his annual address this
New York police-they do some fine
t work at times. The detective work and it is reasonable to assume afternoon, will recommend that no Birthday Gifts-The Sapphire
that other towns have the convention be held next
same equation year and that
done in the case of the girl murdered
to deal with. The few men who the next convention be held in San
by the priest was worthy of Sher-
lock Holmes. have to do the work have about ii Francisco in 1915 during the Panama -, -._ -- ,
they can say grace over, and the task exposition. It is expected that these
of collecting public subscriptions for recommendations will be upheld by
Bolling Jones, the new postmasterof such purposes grows monotonous and the convention. SEPTEMBER'S STONE IS THE SAPPHIREEMBLEMOF
Atlanta is the first Democrat
in the end far from adequate to meet
hold the job in seventeen years. Let the demands. |G. A. R. VETERANS TO CONSTANCY, TRUTH, HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.

us hope away that from we'll the hold trough the that Republicans long Here is a chance for some budding RUN 100.YARD RACEme LET US SHOW IT TO YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACELET .

young statesman to make his na I
-and longer. famous and thrice blessed. Let him Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 17.-Th HANDY PIN, BAR PIN, LOCKET OR RING, ANY '

-o- devise a system for running challenge for a foot race, recently issued -
Seminole county did business of im endowment fund to be employed in by Col. J. L Smith, 69 years old,

portance Tuesday. Contracts were doing just such work; to roll up a of Detroit, Mich., a Union veteran, DELIGHT.
let for twenty-five' miles of brick fund for advancing the public inter has been accepted by Private M
roads. The brick ,
were Wolfe
purchasedfrom ests. 80 years old, a local Confederate -

an Augusta, Ga., firm. The oth o veteran. The ra.ceill take place BLUE GEM IN SCARF PINS, TIE CLASPS AND CUFF

er contracts were divided up. BOARD OF TRADE MEMBERSHIP at Chamberlain field Thursday after-

o noon, according to announcementmade LINKS.

The Georgia chamber of commerce The Orlando Board of Trade is doing today. One hundred yards i is COME: IN AND SEE THEM.T.H.Evans .

has been organized and Willis B. Pow good work for Orlando, and every the distance.

ell has been elected secretary of the active business and professional man When Col. Smith issued his challenge -

body, but they denied Willis the rightto in the town should be an active member he also was quoted as claiming

have a voice in the affairs of the of that body. the veteran championship of the

body-now you know that almost kilt United States for any distance. Three
Willis. The membership is very much other Union veterans have announced
smaller than it should be. It is not the JewelerOPPOSITE
o they will contest for championship
half as large as are some of the commercial -
Big Tim Sullivan had a swell fun bodies in towns honors with Col. Smith in a three- ,
that are no I mile race. This race also will be
eral-just the kind he would have run
more than half
as large as Orlando.It .
chosen, perhaps. He was a rare character Thursday afternoon. POSTOFFICE
is the particular business of I
9These veterans are George W.
and was held in tender esteem
by all the classes of the underworldthe I body to solicit anybody else to becomea Howe, 70 years old, Port Huron,

halt, the lame, the blind, the poor member of the Board of Trade. A Mich.; Col. C. G. Barnes, 69 years old,, EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

and unfortunate, and even the crooks. wholesome pride and interest in the Pittsburg, and William A. Heinshon,

o town would suggest to every man: 69 years old, Cleveland. -

The -- -----
-- -
returning vacationists are --

growing more numerous, and all will

t soon be back ready for the winter's

work. It's good to see them. They Brocaded and Silk RatinesFallWinter
' are all refreshed and filled with renewed Juan Garage

energy and enthusiasm. The

vacation is the thing-quite the thing.o .


Several well informed Mexicans

have stated in interviews that Huertacan "

not succeed himself as president.

If this is true, why does the administration -

give itself so much concern
over Huerta's threatened election? Latest Styles

He has never yet said that he ex- "

pected to become, a o-candidate.-- Ore Studebaker e 20" mil COATS and ( .+' and Fashion

Some men are born to trouble.

Mayor Woodward of Atlanta is Cr bbrand SUITS CreationsDeBevoisex
of them. He is continually in a row one Touring ...Eo. uilt, -

with somebody. His latest antagonist ki.

is a preacher, and both have threat-

ened to lick the other. If they would new tires

only mix it up and quit talking at

each other through the papers the

people of Atlanta would probably likeit I

better.It .

looks as if our senators were not

being fairly treated in the matter of

Cooper appointments.Griggs without McAdoo recommendation appointed- I I New Goods_ Arriving Daily

I -- --
of the senators; Secretary Bryan -

succeeded in getting his old friend I

Calhoun into a good job without the MARION B. IVES

consent of the senators, and now Mc-

Reynolds has chosen a laundryman i in
Pensacola to be marshal of the north \Ve have the only tire with a written guarantee of EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSMcCALLUM

ern district without asking leave of 5,000 miles-AJAX TIRES.
the senators. The appointments don't SILK HOSIERY SeCOnd Floor BON CORSETSTHE

seem to be going just right



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We are getting returns, gratifying returns of our advocacy -
of the famous Furnishings"B.


V. D.," "PorosKnit," and underwear, 50c a
The time is getting short to children for
prepare your customers are bringing their friends-a sure in

garment, or $1.00 union suit.
school. We can help you out. We have a complete assortmentof dication of the increased popularity. Our special line.

Children's Dresses, in all colors and sizes, and also separate Our special 50c a suit gauze underwear is a 20th century

Pants and Waists for the "Nipper" and- wonder-other stores sell them at 39c a garment or 75c a suit.

"Sorosis "Banister," "'Elk" "Beacon and "Bostonian"

"OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT" Stands unrivalled. In black, white, tan. Shoes for men. All the new lasts.

' F. N. BOARDMAN, 104-106 South Orange Avenue ORLANDO 1

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r among the prominent Floridians I I
WADE spending today in Orlando.Mr. Miss Antoinette Slemons delightfully Furnished the Sentinel by W. W
THE TUNER entertained the members of the Yothers, of the Government Experi Pineapples Cocoanuts

ORLANDO.FLA. and Mrs. Charles D. Brumley, Twentieth Century club yesterday mental Station.

of Charleston, S. C., are spending today afternoon, and the meeting was .one For Week Ending September 16, 1913. Plums J JUST Bananas

in Orlando, guests of the San of unusual interest. Temp. -

Arthur Britt, in the court house, Juan. Mrs. J. B. Magruder directed the S Pears Limes
wants to buy a bird dog. reading, which was from Tennyson's"Dreamof R RECEIVED[ [I

Mrs. S. G. Field, who has been vis. Fair Women," this being -

Mr. J. S. Curran, of Providence, R. iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. followed by a discussion of current .d: ..s T d!:! Qan Cranberries TflflAV Celery
Westover, left yesterday for her homein topics. : *.
I., is a guest at the San Juan. o
Jacksonville.If The hostess, aided by her mother, u Tomatoes Apples

Mr. E. S. Dudley of New Orleans, Mrs. W. M. Slemons, served delicious Wednesday . . on..83 73 .. PC

is among. the late arrivals at the San you need anything in furnitureor pineapple ice, and wafers. Thursday . .... ...84 69 .05 PC

Juan. house furnishings, Kincaid & The following members respondedto I i Friday ....... .. .86 68 . C I.

Snowden can supply you. Read their roll call: Mrs. W. S. Branch, Mrs.R. \ :Saturday ......... .89 68 . PC:

Mr. T. F. Hoskins, who has been I ad. in another column. L. Bunch, Mrs. C. P. Dow, Mrs. E. Sunday ...........89 70 .. PC More Coming I IC

absent from Orlando'all summer, returned -I H. Gore, Mrs. S. R. Hudson, Mrs. J. Monday .. ... ....91 71 .. C
I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Palmer, who B. Magruder, Mrs. S. A. Robinson, '
last night. Tuesday ...., .. ....90 72 .. P
have been spending the summer in Mrs. W. H. Robertson and Miss Hope
I (PC) Partly Cloudy; (C) Cloudy;
will arrive and i Starbuck.The .
Kentucky, Friday open
Miss Ruth Merrill, daughter of ex- (*C) Clear.
their home on Ernestine street. next meeting will be held
Commissioner John E. Merrill, is the on CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Norah James. October first, at the home of Mrs.
guest of Miss NOTICE
Mr. W. E. Armstrong, representing Dow.
Korn Falfa Feed of
the company,
Miss ,Elizabeth Branham left yes- of all raisers of
Mo. is in Orlando today A meeting poultry THE SANITARY !
terday for Bristol, Tenn., where she. registered City, at, the San BASE BALL GAME Orange county is called for Monday,
will resume her studies in Sullins col- September 22, at 3 o'clock p. m., at CARUTHERS & GORE
I On the Fair Grounds diamond, this,
lege. the San Juan hotel, to consider the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howe, who Thursday afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock, Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
matter of the organization of an Or-
Mr. Lafayette Pike, one of Orangecounty's have been summering in Kentucky, the "Tigers" and Presbyterian Sunday association.Mr. I tiiiiiuMHMiiiiMiimiiiiHiiiitiMitiiiiMiiiuYour
will arrive and will their ange County
most widely known citizens, school team again cross bats in what
Wendler, of Lakeland, will be - -
was here yesterday from his home at I!attractive home on East Central ave- promises to be a good game. No ad- present and address the meeting.

Plymouth.Mr. .- i nue. mission will be charged and all are
invited to come out. The probable S W. R. O'NEAL, Office and Desk Work
I Mr. P. C. Pusateri, I I Secretary Fair Association.
and Mrr.A.;: Curtis have a prominent line-up is as follows: I

returned from a visit to Pennsylvania wholesale fruit and produce merchant I Tigers-Smith, catcher; Newitt,.
of Cincinnati, who has been spending ( BARGAIN IF SOLD AT ONCE I
and New York. Their many friends pitcher; Langford, 1st base; Floyd, Will be easier if you are supplied with the
several days in Orlando with his I 2nd base Webb, 3rd base
were delighted to welcome them home. ; ; Holbrook,
brother-in-law, Mr. Lawrence Gentile, short stop; Jackson, left field; Ham. Practically new bungalow, seven
left for home yesterday.Mr. I rooms, bath and butler's pantry; all files blank books rulers
Dr. and Mrs. Sylvan McElroy left mond, right field; James, center field.P. necessary ,
yesterday for Daytona Beach. Dur S. S. T.-Keyes, Bennett (Max), conveniences; best neighborhood in
N. P. Yowell left yesterday for I I city; nice lawn, shade trees, good gar-
ing their sojourn at the coast they McKoy, Rosenbaugh, Bennett (Chas.), ers, colored inks pencils ink wells and
New York, where he will spend some den room; chicken run; four young
will make their home at the Seaside Douglass, Chico, Brown, Norris.Mr. .
time purchasing his large fall and grapefruit trees, one fig and a few
Inn. I
I winter stock of dry goods. He will Benj. Drew has returned from bear-head banana plants. Owner go- other small helps that make for efficiencyand
return by way of Newport, Ky., and ing to leave city. Apply P. 0. Box
Mrs. W. C. Temple and his vacation spent in Kentucky. He
I .
his home. 312. 9-17-6t
Miss Dorothea, of Winter daughter'l accompany II left his family at Southport, and they system.
will return later.
yesterday in Tampa, Hon. D. 0. Maguire, one of Ocala's l Conductor Branham of the Sea-

night and registering at the DeSoto. best known citizens, was in Orlando board was in the Sentinel office yes
Tribune. I Mr. Henry Yowell Come in and let us show you about them.
-Tampa and Dr.
last night en route to Sanford, wherehe Hal terday. He says the Seaboard is put-
goes to consult with the A. C. L. Beardall left yesterday for Daytona ting down 58-ton rail in the Lake

Mrs. Thayer and Mrs. Mallory, of officials in referenc eto the packing Beach, where they will spend a cou- Charm section, and is improving the

Orlando, who have been spending the house which the Ocoee sub-citrus ex- ple of weeks. roadbed and making other improve

summer abroad, have reached New change is erecting at that point. ments. .
York on their return journey, and will I Mr. Frank Wright, the popular rep- W. S. BRANCH

return to Orlando in a few days. Mr. W. S. Branch left yesterday for resentative of the Florida Sheet Met- News comes from Asheville that I ,

I Jacksonville. He 'has been ill recently al Works, is in the city today from City Clerk C. A. Boone reached there
The Arcade Book and Music Store
Dr. E. M. Hyde, of Winter Park, and he went to recuperate. It.Jacksonville.Miss safely Sunday afternoon, and is already .I

member of the faculty of Rollins colI is hoped that he will find health and feeling the invigoration of the

lege and former principal of the St. pleasure in his outing. There is no Zelma Lewter left yesterday mountain air. He is feeling fine and I

Petersburg and Hfllsborough high I man who deserves a greater measure :for Sweetwater, Tenn., where she will is eating four square meals a day. I A board of trade has been organ- Nowadays woman is a prudent

schools, is in the city today, arriving of health, wealth and happiness than :spend some time visiting relatives and ized in Fort Ogden. This makes the buyer, educated by experience and a
yesterday.-Tampa Tribune. I our distinguished fellow townsman. ;I:friends. For the new?, read The Sentinel.
eighth commercial organization in long study of the ads-and she is so

- DeSoto county. much in earnest about it that she

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thinking purifies the soul while pure all read the ads. in the Sentinel.

I I air and water can only keep this old

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palS' i
"Vanity on the highway" still

a ridiculous toll for automobile J

tra\'el. But three hundred and filly !

thousand new Fords will this season i iI I

PICTURESPictures go to bu"ersho prefer real I The Latest Fad in

service at reasonable cost rather :

Changed Daily. than ostentatious display at unreasonable Neckwear

cost. Velvet Cravats

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Warrenton, Va., Saturday night. : THE MARKET
; MUCH CRITICISM The other attractions at these :
all the new numbersat
places will be: The Tyrolean Alpine : 1 1
Yodlers, Rosani, the "Prince of Jugglers I Cleanliness Of Quality |
DOES NOT CONSIDER THAT HE ;" the Commonwealth Male : -
TAUQUA GROUP, BUT IS pany, and the Florentine Concert :

Washington, Sept. 16.-On his return SULZER SAYS HE WILL BE Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
to Washington from a Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
lecture tour in Pennsylvania and
" West Virginia, Secretary Bryan was Albany, N. Y., Sept. 16.-"I am go- : and pure. .
asked if he had anything to add to ing to be acquitted. I will have a fair j: A full line of Lace, Embroideries, j jLadies'
We invite inspection and satisfaction. haveeverything
I guarantee
the peppery interview accredited to trial," said Gov. Sulzer in a formal :
Muslin Underwearand in the Meat Line.
him in dispatches sent to certain New statement."I
York papers from Phoenixville, Pa. have said some hard things about :
He denied emphatically that he gave some of the senators, and they have GinghamFor
out an interview as to the criticisms: said some hard things about me; but School Dresses The PARLOR MARKET
in this country and abroad concern-i this is a trial, not a political fight.
ing his performances as Chautauqua They are both judges and jurors, andI
= speaker while secretary of state. :i believe most of them are large H. M. Self & Co.
Asked if he would make other con enough and honest enough to rise Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store
tracts after the present ones have above any personal feeling they may I 18.20 PINE STREET
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expired, Mr. Bryan said, "I will meet entertain toward me because of whatI I .. ...... I
that situation and answer that ques- have said about them, and do me Phone No. 80
tion when the time comes." justice, and that is all I want"The 1IIIIIII"IIII..I.iIiIllGIIII.cllal.I.. f fI f
Mr. Bryan does not consider that statement was issued at the : I .. " " " " " " ' "
he belongs to the regular Chautauqua I end of a series of conferences between :
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' group. He is the "special attraction"and I Mr. Sulzer and his counsel, '
not on the regular program. On i lasting practically all day and far I, i ill
this subject he said he had nothing to I into the night. Mr. Sulzer is under- : USE BRICKNot I! T I If
add to what he said last week. He stood to have been advised to make : ELECTRICVACUUMCANHave
then declared: some public declaration relating to

"It is true that varied forms of the approaching impeachment trial : just brick, but specify, get the best; they cost no
i amusement are used to hold the I. to dispel, if possible, persistent re- : more, look better, last longer, and are more satisfactoryall
crowd between the addresses. Ordi- ports that he intends to resign. : around.
narily, a Chautauqua circuit is con-, Tonight's statement, indicating to a I
ducted on the basis of limiting the at-' certainty that he will stand trial, was : JELK'S Macon Brick-common, paving, fire and rough house
your room or
texture. None better.
tendance to the holders of season the result.

tickets in each town, and these ticketsare LEGG'S Pressed and Fancy Faced Brick. I am state cleaned without dust or troubleof
sold to 500 or 600 persons. GROWERS AND SHIPPERS' agent.
"Mine is arranged differently, so LEAGUE HAS 1,000 MEMBERS furniture
{ that while there are season tickets, Carry large stock on hand, make quick shipments. Wire moving ,

persons may buy tickets for the single Largo, Sept. 16.-E. L Hamner, your orders, at my expense.
lecture. There are morning and secretary of the Growers and Ship-

afternoon sessions, and the crowds arriving pers' league, reports over a thousand I handle: The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced
early it is necessary to hold members enrolled in the association.He ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT, BEAVER BOARDS,
them. Usually the lecture is precededby is making a tour of the state AGATITE CEMENT PLASTER, Fuller's Peninsular man.
a band concert, and between times speaking at various points, urging the Brand Roofing, Metal Laths and Shingles, Crushed Rock,
there are other forms of amusement growers and shippers to unite their Granite Curbing, Building Sand. ,
offered the audience. interests, which will secure them bet SEE THEM FOR TERMS
"In the East here the people are ter railroad facilities, which it is im-
Also, Fruit and Vegetable Pickers' and Packers' Supplies:
not as familiar with the purposes of possible for individual growers to ac-
Crates, Wraps, Field Boxes, Straps, Nails and Ladders.
these in the
Chautauquas as they are complish.Mr.
Middle West. Essentially, they Hamner is enthusiastic in
are very

.; for they sarily the confer religious educational, and in they character.benefits are not,My neces-which lectures of the the his work time association.The and to is the a great interestsof deal W.R. F u II er,,TAMPA Hendry Fort, & Knight's Franklin. Terminals St FLORIDAMMIMIMMIItlMMMtlMIMMMMIMIMIIHMHIU, > The PIERCE[ f [ELECTRIC l[ L C01''llnc, C i

are arranged somewhat differ-
ently, for the reason that there is no prospects are said to be very CHURCH STREET
effort to make profits.:' bright for Tallahassee to have a big "The "wants" are quick and effiThe Sentin"el does commercial print I

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After Wedding and Robbing Sixteen ORLANDO, W* A. SLAUTER Show Room ,
Men Adventuress Is Convicted T e Boys'O Clothier FLORIDA. PLUMBER and HEATING ENGINEER III S. Court St. WINTER PARK, FLA.
General Plumbing and Beating Contractor. Sewerage and Septic Tank Construction.
Oldest College and :Most Beautiful
to : roughs adding machine, typewriters, ,
After causing innumerable men The most Modern Sanitation of the Age in my New Inventions in Plumb-
fall in love with her, actually marrying 45 W. Church Street ing, for both Private and Public Buildings. Fine Plumbing Fixtures. Campus in Florida. College,Acad- two instructors. New chemical and
sixteen of the more impressionable Estimates Cheerlolly Chen. Repair Work Promptly Attended to. Prices Reasonable emy, Music, Expression, Fine physical laboratories, equipped with
and richer ones, Tatiana Betch- Money to loan on Improved prop SEWER PIPE LAID AT 13 cts PER FOOT. WORK DONE NOW OR LATER. Arts,Domestic and Indus- every modern device; analysis of soils,
eriak has just been exiled for life to erty. S. Y. WAY.MMMMMMIMHIilililllMi.\ Mill!tMMIMMIHItllMHMt HIM IIIIHIMtlillliinniiiiiiiii trial Arts, Business, i fertilizers, foods, water; preparation
Normal Course. for engineering courses.
Siberia. iiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Lakes, boating, swimming, golf,
The woman, who is now more MMMMMMMMMIMMIHIIIIMHIIMIMMHIIMIMMHHMHIMMMMIiieHflCapital Twelve buildings, four dormitories, tennis, foot ball, basket ball: Four,
forty years old, retains her remark- separate rooms, steam heat, electric consecutive champions of Statein
able beauty to a surprising degree. lights, fire protection, fine gymnasium base ball.Christian years.
She married at the age of sixteen ORLANDO O BANK K a TRUST.OOMPANY no malaria, quarter million dollar but Undenominational,
and lived with her husband about endowment. Three teachers of Expenses Moderate, Scholar-

three years.Becoming. music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, ships Available.For .
a widow, she soon wed l two glee clubs, chorus class, orchestra Catalogue address the President,
ded a rich land owner and compelledhim and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000. superb new rooms for Business WM. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D.,

to spend large sums on her. Resources over Three-quarters ol a Million School, full banking equipment, Bur- Winter Park, Fla.
When he was nearly ruined she left
him, but remembered to take all his
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valuables with her. "
: -- troller at the Close of Business
The next "husband" was a stock '
broker, who quickly fell captive to the : June 30th, 1913
fair Tatiana. Having induced him to : ': ;r RESOURCESBanking ltknocks OPPORTUNITY out .!
transfer all his property to her, the I 1 House, Furnitureand

adventurous beauty sold it and escaped : Fixtures $ 25,867.37
abroad with a lieutenant,whom, : Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589 S

however, she quickly deserted in order : s,. Overdrafts ...,........... 83.98 .
to wed a fascinated oriental conI I Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33 RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10
sul. 1" ', Cash on Hand and in Banks 254088.11 DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in
Seizing all the consul's realizable Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his
possessions, his,"wife" left him, post- q .- ;; $661,647.12 estate.
haste, and returned to Russia by LIABILITIES
means of a stolen passport Here she Capital .................$100,000.00 SEMINOLE PARK LOTS
wooed and won by an important i" Surplus and Undivided
was ll
official. Again she left her latest -t c Profits ................ 33,889.11 On the Map Before Seminole County
"husband," after abstracting all port- Deposits ................ 527,758.01J661.647.12 Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125.
Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date
able valuables, but this time she was .
if dissatisfied.
tel. you complete purchase
caught and exiled to Siberia.It
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seemed as though her career had
The officers and directors of the Orlando -
received an effectual check, but the 1 FIVE ACRE TRACTS
Bank and Trust Co. desire to
chief jailer' in the far eastern wastes call the attention of its depositors and Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest groves
soon came under the spell of the beautiful ? friends and the citizens of Orlando in Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
Tatiana, and fled with her to to the above statement The manage change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically paysfor

Constantinople.Here 1 ment of the Bank feels that this showing clearing.
however, the woman chanced:
reflects the
conservative, sane and
to encounter her former "husband," t-I progressive methods employed in this NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
oriental consul, and, with a justified
the financial institution. Strength begets until you own the deed.
dread of complications, she sud- confidence, and strength is no where
denly left the chief jailer and returned displayed better by a bank than in ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
to Russia. United State Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. Room 2. Watkins Block.
For two years she lived peacefully
'in Russia and enjoyed a considerable MMMMM i MliHIHimiMIIIIMMIIMtHtttMMHHHIMItHtOUR
private income, having realized : N
cellently upon her various eX-I ,
bands'" valuables. Also she Sheep Manure Fertilizer I

greater number of other eligibles tem- WRIGHT -
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porarily happy by "marrying" them. \ REALTY & SBBD CO. run
In this varied path of life she con- FOR REALESTATE. NEW LINEOF
Gar Track flowers
tinued until her sixteenth victim, a Hiate Our Business en or
lawyer, became wedded to her. The Orlando Florida.
union proved peaceful and happy. PRODUCES RESULTS
There was a child. But at a ball in a
small town she came face to face witha Does NOT Burn Soft Felts

former "husband," who, despite herb I
she genuinely loved. H I Call and them.
: I Are just in. see
The latter instituted proceedings, <
and the police then discovered that !:
the woman was a former convict.St. .-!I IV! SLEMONS
Petersburg cable to Kansas City :

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According to financiers the munici- : Our Ne fall Goods No In for Barclay Corsets

pal bond market is improving. A m Coming : I
Minnesota city last week offered one
million dollars in bonds bearing four '
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and one-half per cent interest, and .a ,

Boston just doubt$250,000 sold, of firm an a offered worth.local issue bank of a By small four,the Trenton favor and premiumfor one-,has no We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. ... r r ft Next Thirty n Bays J J'Ye H

half per cent bonds at a premium, made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

when some of the commissioners Boys Suits, "Lord Baltimore" braid. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. : will be pleased to list both city and county
thought the interest rate should be I
raised in order to attract bidders. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. property, both improved and unimproved. A postal or
The excuse that has been given for
several months whenever a request & Co. Best place in the city to trade. :, telephone call will bring a representative.

was made for money for a new school I .
or other public improvement will no
longer I BRITTAINV\ A 1Y
serve. The money market cannot j

'When be bonds said to are<,be selling in bad at condition a premium .) W. M. SLEMONS :

nor will it be necessary t< REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENTS
wait for the legislature ORANGE
to authoriza AVENUE
higher interest rate.-Trenton I

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Washington, Sept. 17.-As U. S. :
Marshals Horr and McGourin have : IN ORLANDOIS
of Orlando not responded to the requests of the :

I attorney general for their resignations ,
they are to be severed from the :

public service at once. Letters have : IS
been sent to them by the attorney : t .if ,5 X.1ri Y rKo

general terminating their service.
Until they are out of the service
ORLANDO AND ORANGE COUNTYAND the names of their successors will not

be sent to the senate. It is probable,
therefore, that there will be no nominations -
The Bank which transacts more business than of United States marshalsfor woso '

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa Florida this week.
After twice requesting the resigna-
tion by wire of United States Mar-
shal John F. Horr, while he was off
on his annual leave, Attorney Gen-
eral McReynolds by wire two days
of this Bank has been built after the second request, revoked his
large patronage up
sends his
deposits to us (as do our ever
leave of absence, thereby ordering I
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound him back into the district. increasing mail depositors throughout the

banking principles with careful attention to the legiti Captain Horr returned this morn- surrounding country).

mate wants of customers. The confidence ofm the publicis ing from Ohio, where he went to
I spend his annual leave in the cities OTHER NATIONAL BANKS
reuected in the large amount of deposits.
: of Cincinnati, Sydney and Springfield, deposit with us for the credit of the U. S.

Average deposits First Quart er of 1913, $900,000 : and made public these telegrams received Treasury any sums they may owe it.
: by him from the attorney. gen.

II Under date September 12: "I intend -
: to make immediate change in cashed by us, and charged to the U. S.

correspondent banks are located in every part of : your office, and prefer that you wire Treasurer's account.

; the world and include some of the largest Banks in the your resignation at once." To this
1 United States. telegram Captain Horr states he madeno NO OTHER ORLANDO BANK

reply, as he had stated in response does this, nor is a United States depose

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that he would not but would
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S ALL ClASSS[ Mn THAW PLAYS POFOR gladly when ified. he give had been place confirmed to his and successor qual- trary notwithstanding.

September 13 he received the following -
HOTEL CROWDS wire from the attorney general -

_ : "Unless you send me at oncefour
} resignation to take place at the I' . .. ,IMIIIMIIMIIMMI ,. . . . . . . . . . . . .. ... . . . ,. . .. ,

THE BIG FELLOW'S LIFE HAD CELEBRATED HIS VICTORY BY pleasure of the president, you may I 11111111111111..1.,1..1
expect to be removed." To this telegram -
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EXISTENCE IN THE ON A PUBLIC September 15 he received the fol- :

BIG CITY INSTRUMENT lowing wire from the attorney gen- :

eral: "Your leave of absence here- ,
Like his own life, the funeral of Littleton, N. H., Sept. 17.-Harry tofore granted is hereby revoked." : SPECIAL !

"Big Tim" Sullivan yesterday was a Kendall Thaw moved on to Concord, Immediately on receipt of this last :

fabric of extravagant contrasts, says the capital, today, to await the hear- wire Captain Horr left for Jackson- :
the New York World. ing before Governor Felker on Tues- ville and arrived this morning.To t

The "rich man, poo.t man, beggarman day in the matter of his extradition.Safe a representative of the Metropolis :

thief; lawyer, doctor, Indian in the knowledge that the he said that he supposed it means; :

chief of the nursery rhyme, were United States district court will review that he will turn over to his successor :

there, with hundreds of'others. Inside his case on a writ of habeas cor- the marshalship of the southern district I fRIDAY ATURDAY AND MONDAY
old St. Patrick's cathedral, on Mott pus if he loses, the fugitive from the of Florida the first of the month. :

street, there rose the stately measuresof New York state hospital for the insane Captain Horr laughed and states : ,

the Roman mass of requiem; outside at Matteawan, was hopeful and that he has no personal feeling in theI I

there rose in a murmur that almost light hearted and smiled and wavedat matter; that he is ready to meet his I

drowned the music blessingsthat the crowds which greeted him on successor and render him all possible I

might have worthily crowned any the way to the railway station. His assistance. He states he has been JOOO Yards 18-Inch FLOUNCING the
life. The Bowery, along which "Big train left at 9:59 and was due to ready to turn the office over ever : ,

Tim" lived his life, has never seen ;reach Concord at 2:10. since it became known that a succes- Latest Patterns for Corset Covers and Princess In YJ
such an occasion. Probably it will
Thaw celebrated his court victory sor must be appointed under the new
never see such another.An administration, and his action in not
: of yesterday over William Travers 25c values
Slips. Regular -
hour before daylight the eventsof :Jerome, special attorney for New resigning was only consistent with
the funeral day began. It was at York state, by playing the piano in his first response to the request for
4:30 o'clock that "Sarsaparilla" Reily I the parlor of the hotel where he had resignation, wherein he stated that he

door keeper for a generation at I I been quartered here. Around him sat could not resign but would gladly give

the rooms of the Timothy D. Sullivan an admiring throng of hotel patrons.He way at the proper time to the man

association, No. 207 Bowery, admittedthe played classical music mostly and named by the president, confirmed by 500 Yards The New CASTILLIAN MOii -
first of the thousands who looked avoided the modern ragtime. For the senate, and appearing before him
for the last time on th2)face of the with the necessary vouchers for pos Y Q
over an hour he was at the piano and ii HAIR. Correct Patterns for Children's School
"big fellow," lying in state in the would have session.
(I I played longer had not his g
room where he had so often sat i in custodians
United States Marshal SULZER WILL NOT BE PRESENT 35c sellers
Dresses. Regular now -
judgment on the political, social and:
; ,
I Nute and Sheriff Drew, told him it AT OPENING OF TRIAL
material affairs of his followers. 1 It was bpd--- timpFormer.....-_. I
was six hours later that the police I
Governor Stone of Pennsylvania (Continued from First Page.)
barred the doors and made it possible I
was the only lawyer with important witnesses for the defense
to prepare the coffin for its removalto
Thaw today. The others, satisfied according to the governor's friends.
the cathedral. Don't Fail to Visit
with their work in having the federal She has been going over evidence in
This preparation was made while habeas corpus hearing indefinitely the case.with her husband at the executive
the nearest of kin of the congressman suspended, left town last night to mansion since her recovery
knelt about the body. These included rest before the extradition hearing. from the nervous breakdown follow- THE SUIT DEPARTMENTThe

Patrick Sullivan, a brother, and his Mr. Jerome also left. He will go to ing her alleged admission that she

family; Lawrence Mulligan ,a half- Concord probably on Monday of next was responsible for some of the Wall
brother, and his family; Mrs. Margaret -i week to prepare for the hearing.MR. street transactions attributed to her
Hickey, a half-sister; Michael husband.

Somers, whose wife was "Big Tim's" CARR'S PROGRAM Public interest in the trial is so Latest Creations from the
sister; Miss Irene Somers, the dead keen that great throngs are expectedto

man's favorite niece; Mrs. Charles ([AuspicesIendelssohn Club, Thursday crowd the capitol corridors in an Cream of the Markets
Ryan, another niece, and the widowof effort to gain admission to the court

"Little Tim" Sullivan. Hiawatha's Vision-Coleridge night.) Tay room. No one will be allowed on the ARE ARRIVING DAILY

Fifty policemen had all they could lor. "Hiawatha." floor except members of the court,:
do to make a way for the hearse and I witnesses, counsel, the assembly:
The Victor-Hugo Kaum. Race
its attendant carriages north to I board of managers and newspapermen.
Between Life and Death.
Bleecker street, and south along Mott So many applications for newswriters' :
to the church. There the crush was Proapice-Sidney Homer LookingInto chairs have been made that

so great that fifty more policemen the Future. Poem by Robert; it was found impossible tn accommodate .
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could do nothing but content them Browning. all on the floor of the trans- N. P. YOWELL
Tennyson's "Maud," music Arthur
selves with closing the doors when Somervill. formed senate chamber and the first
the great building had been packed to two rows in one of the galleries have
"I Hate the Dreadful Hoclon.
suffocation. Some of those for whom been reserved for press representatives. .

provision had been made inside were "A Voice by the Cedar Tree." . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . . . . . " " " ' ' ..' '
I "She Came to the Village Church." .. .T.------ - - - - - -
able to get in; most were not, for i it The public will be admitted to the

was only by chance that any could "Birds 0, Let,in the the Solid High Ground.Hall Garden." I galleries until all seats are filled, The Union Ginnery which has been written by some one who knew a this! Coming very soon! "Thus Saith

fight his way to an entrance.Of "Go Not, Happy Day." when the doors will be barred against under process of construction in Madison -I I or two about the underworld. pie i the Lord," a powerful and wonderful

notable men there were scores. "I Have Led Her Home." further admissions. for the past ninety days is near- detective who knows that his youngerbrother two-reel Biblical feature.

United States Senators Claude A. Come Into the Garden Maud' ing completion. is a crook, catches him in Matinee, 2 to 5. Night, 7 to 10.
Swanson of Virginia, William Hughes,, "TheFault:, Was:'Mine.': RESULTS IN serious theft and is in the act of d< Admission 5 cents to all.

and James E. Martine of New Jersey, fDead, Long Dead." Special to The Sentinel THE BIG LEAGUES FAVORITE THEATER livering him up, but their mother

James A.' O'Gormon of New York and "0, That 'Twere Possible. National League Results'All pleads for the boy. Many stirrin AT THE LUCERNE TONIGHT
"Ollie" James of Kentucky, and Rep- Class Motion Pictures scenes make this a worthwhile picture -
"My Life Has Crept So Long." games postponed; rain. High I
resentatives H. M. Goldfogle, F. E. American ,League Results Program Changed Daily never to be forgotten. I Music by the Lucerne Orchestra

Wilson.",..D. J. 'Ri ""rdan,:J. J. Fitzgerald Payne, G. W. Fairch'ili.Edmund Platt Boston, 0; Cleveland, 2. Today's Program I' "Forcing the Issue" (Nestor). Com I "Golden Gate Park" (American).

Henry 4Geor, erlJ_ P. Maher, and R. H. Gittins of New York,;'and New York, 3-3; Chicago, 92. 4 Big Reels edy. An exceptional comedydrama"A I "Told in the Future" (Maj.).

r MvF.f ConryJeff; rson JJ. Levy, J. A. Eugene .F. Kinkead 'of New'Jersey; ,: Washington,.-1.2; Detroit, 54. "Blood Will Tell" (Imp.). Drama. Double Sacrifice" (Frontier). J "Proposal by Proxy" (Thanhouser). i
Couldo nj-"S.;, UnderbilSereiio. i .E. made up the congressional delegation: Philadelphia- ; St. Louis, 4. This interesting picture was plainly gery Western drama. Also, an extra reel will be shown.f t

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